I bought this network card, ASUS PCE-N15, and on the box it says "Supports Linux".
My experience with ASUS stuff thus far was that they work alright but require proprietary drivers, so I was curious what this support entailed, exactly.
During installation of Debian, it said that my network card requires proprietary drivers, so that's a flop. But I figured "If it supports Linux, maybe the included CD has drivers on it for Debian to use." I mean, it only makes sense, right?
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